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Old 03-27-2016, 07:10 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by scbwr View Post
Just a couple of things I noticed in looking online at the Apex 215RBK. I like the Adzel wall construction. The awning on the Apex is shorter as the hatch cover for the outdoor kitchen acts as a awning for the outdoor kitchen. The Apex gives you one more wardrobe on the right side of the bed, but the cabinet on the wall in the bathroom is smaller. Our last trailer (Sunline) had the mirrors on the doors, and my DW always disliked them.....wouldn't be a dealbreaker for me. I like the larger fridge in the outdoor kitchen, but it is one of the reasons for the smaller wardrobe in the bath. And, I like the cabinet and the drawer in the outdoor kitchen. I'm not sure about the Coleman grill....can you use it like the two burner stove on the Minnie? The Apex certainly looks like a nice trailer and I'll be interested in hearing your comparison of it with the Minnie. So...please let us know what you found!
Tough day yesterday. The 2015 Apex was sold and the 2016 was $6,000 more. I'm in Canada so the big change in price is due to our weak dollar.

The Minnie was light in colour which I don't like...I haven't completely ruled it out yet but I generally didn't like the feel.

I left with another option but not sure of quality...I will be starting a new thread.

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Old 03-28-2016, 04:46 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by Fox123 View Post
The Minnie was light in colour which I don't like...I haven't completely ruled it out yet but I generally didn't like the feel.
I'm just curious....what is it you didn't like or had concerns with?

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